Our seminars will provide you with the fundamentals needed to practice orthotic therapy
successfully in your clinic and offer a comprehensive continuing education learning environment.
|Custom Orthotic Therapy
This seminar will provide you with the fundamentals needed to practise orthotic therapy successfully in your clinic.
Attending this program will enable you to provide more comprehensive treatment to your patients and improve the financial performance of your practice. The material provided in this seminar will be facilitated by speakers, Dr. James Kim Ross PhD and Dr. Alan Lustig DPM, and James Canning, Chief Technical Advisor. Topics of study include: lower limb anatomy and biomechanics, assessing patients and organizing the proper custom orthotic treatment plan, practice management advice and an orthotic casting workshop.
This seminar is designed to help you develop an in-depth understanding of lower limb biomechanics and how they relate to the gait cycle.
This learning experience will be facilitated through the GaitScan™, a computerized pressure analysis tool brought to you by The Orthotic Group. This system calibrates valuable quantifiable pressure and timing measurements during standing, walking, and running, and will assist you in determining your patient's diagnosis and treatment options. Topics of study include: normal gait patterns, the subphases of gait, and identifying common pathologies with the GaitScan™.
Our Advanced Foot Biomechanics Seminar introduces graduates of our Orthotic Therapy Seminar to difficult foot types and case studies.
This seminar is designed for enthusiasts who are looking to understand how the foot is functioning during gait. This half day seminar, hosted by Dr. Alan Lustig, takes you through: the complete gait cycle, the nine foot types, advanced case studies and the terminology used by specialists in biomechanics and footcare.
This Compression Therapy Seminar is designed to deliver up-to-date information on the circulatory system and leg health.
Medical grade compression garments help many patients effectively improve on the venous and lymphatic blood flow of the lower extremities and are used to prevent and treat poor circulation. Compression garments help relieve and control edema, swelling, varicose veins, leg fatigue and other problematic leg conditions.